"Style is time’s fool. Form is time’s student." Stewart Brand
"Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket." Eric Hoffer
"The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, but illusion of knowledge." Stephen Hawking
Today's image: ...the day is done by valonnna. Great shot. Thanks for sharing.
Spending the last days of this year writing my 2010 brief. The working (draft) title is The Handset Horizon: Leading digital innovation. The executive summary will be a forty-five minute presentation taken from the full ninety-minute brief. To learn more about the brief and availability, please contact me directly via email (my contact info may be found in the left column of this page). Thank you.
Here's one key lesson for media managers from my 2009 brief:
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10 Ways Social Media Will Change in 2010 by Ravit Lichtenberg via ReadWriteWeb...
"Whether you are an individual, a startup, small business or a large corporation, an online presence and an ongoing conversation with your constituents is a baseline requirement -- and will take time and expertise. Companies are diverting resources and rethinking their traditional outreach strategies. 'Whether you're recruiting, looking for investment, trying to get buzz -- you need to be visible,' says John Nogrady, director, emerging business at Microsoft bizpark, and serial entrepreneur. Brian Zisk, founder of SFMusicTech, which is taking place in San Francisco this week, says 'If you're out there as a genuine contributor in the community you can reach out to many people. Take the FooFighters' free Facebook concert, or Zoe Keating -- a local artist with over 1.2 million fans online. Their ability to connect with their fans was made possible because of the Internet.'" Read the entire post, here.
Bonus: Get your week off to a great start. Take some time to review What Matters Now. Download your own copy, share, post. Think! Make something happen. My thanks to Seth Godin for sharing.
What Matters Now